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Apr
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answered FTP client with a good GUI?
Feb
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comment Universal Node.js shebang?
Great solution; though even more portable would be to use #!/usr/bin/env sh instead of #!/bin/sh (per en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shebang_%28Unix%29#Portability)
Feb
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Feb
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answered How can I set my default shell to start up tmux
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment Create new-window with current directory in tmux
This appears to work with split-window as well, e.g. tmux split-window -v -c "$PWD"
Aug
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revised How to easily build your own Linux Distro?
Grammar fixes, etc.
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suggested suggested edit on How to easily build your own Linux Distro?
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comment How to disable line wrap in a terminal?
As of this writing, horizontal scroll is on by default. Great, cross-platform recommendation. Thanks!
May
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comment 'mv' equivalent of drag and drop with replace?
Also notable, from the readme: "It's not robust at all - it stores your picks in ~/.pick until you call drop at which time it uses the file paths in ~/.pick to create a new executable ~/.drop file to copy each of the files you picked to the current working directory."
May
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comment 'mv' equivalent of drag and drop with replace?
Very cool, and definitely worth looking into. However, the question was specifically about 'mv' so I think I'll leave the correct answer as the one that explains the philosophy behind mv in detail. Thank you for this contribution though, definitely very helpful.
May
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comment 'mv' equivalent of drag and drop with replace?
Extremely informational. Thank you very much!
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accepted What does @ sign mean in 'ls' output on Mac OSX Lion terminal?
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asked What does @ sign mean in 'ls' output on Mac OSX Lion terminal?
May
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comment Temporary Permissions when installing DokuWiki?
Update: Combining the above suggestions, this worked for me: 'chown apache:apache -R /path/to/dokuwiki'. The username for the webserver was found in Apache's 'httpd.conf' file. Thanks to both of you for the tips.